The MVP is proud to announce that—at the University of Victoria (UVic) on October 4th—one of its co-directors, Matthew Huculak, is giving a talk titled, “‘Textual Performance’ in Ulysses: Versioning Print Processes.” The talk is sponsored by the Electronic Textual Cultures LabÂ (ETCL) at UVic. Thanks to Aaron Mauro for organizing it. Here’s the eventÂ poster, and details are after the jump.
On Friday, September 14th at 12 pm EDT / 9 am PDT, Liam LaniganÂ will moderate the MVPâ€™s fifth YoU Twitter chat, focusing specifically onÂ â€œAeolus.â€Â The hashtag for the Twitter chat isÂ #yearofulysses.
Lanigan teaches at University College Dublin, where he recently completed a PhD entitled â€œâ€˜An Engineer at Work?â€™ Reading James Joyce in the Context of Urban Planningâ€. His works have been published in Making Space in the Works of James Joyce (eds. Valerie Benejam and John Bishop, Routledge, 2011), Joyce Studies in Italy, and the Dublin James Joyce Journal.
On Friday, August 24th at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT, Ronan Crowley will moderate the MVPâ€™s fourth YoU Twitter chat, focusing specifically on â€œHades.â€ The hashtag for the Twitter chat is #yearofulysses.
Ronan Crowley is a PhD candidate in English at the University at Buffalo. His dissertation project, â€œGifts of the Gab: Quotation, Copyright, and Irish Modernism,â€ explores the writ of intellectual property in Ireland between the Acts of Union and Irish accession to the European Union. His work on Joyce appears in the James Joyce Quarterly and in the online annual Genetic Joyce Studies.
In the middle of this page, Monday Magazine’s Danielle Pope writes: “Speaking of UVic, devout fans of James Joyce will be thrilled to know June 16 marks the infamous anniversary of the day spent in one of the most notable tomes of our time: Ulysses. And now is the perfect time to dive right in, especially if youâ€™re a Twitter lover.” Read the balance of the piece.
Forster will be starting as assistant professor of Twentieth Century English Literature at Syracuse University in the Fall. He completed his PhD at the University of Virginia, examining how issues of aesthetic value and are complicated by media technologies in debates surrounding obscenity and modernism.